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PayPal

By Chris Dawson February 16, 2017 - 5:58 pm

PayPal to acquire bill payments company TIO

PayPal have announced that they will acquire TIO Networks for $304 million CAD ($233 million USD) equity value, 25.2% above market value. TIO is a bill paying network, as well as enabling online bill payment with card (or PayPal), they also offer self service kiosk payments,

Are Amazon Payments already bigger than PayPal?

A few days ago we reported that over 33 million people have used Amazon Payments off Amazon with an average order value of $80. That's website orders from businesses that offer to let you pay with your Amazon credentials in the same way that PayPal

33 million people now use Amazon Payments off Amazon

Tamebay reported last week that Amazon and PayPal were talking about online payments. You can find the story here. That's hardly surprising. Both firms are keen to get their share of international and online payments. What is perhaps more interesting right now is that Amazon are

Amazon and PayPal in talks, Amazon’s freight hub and the new Tamebay website [video]

Our new video looks at Amazon expansion plans especially the massive new development of a freight hub in Kentucky and also plans for cargo ships between China and the USA. It also looks at  PayPal's talks with Amazon and the launch of the new Tamebay  website

The stunning success of PayPal One Touch in 2016

PayPal reported strong results for Q416 and 2016 in general, revenues were up. And also we've reported that PayPal will be amending their legal terms and conditions. But one aspect of PayPal's successful 2016 hasn't been remarked upon so much: that's the striking adoption of the

PayPal changes the user agreement

PayPal have been in touch with users with changes to their legal agreement you have with them. You can find the relevant page here for your reading pleasure. Needless to say there's a lot of it in there but not much of consequence. Most of

Amazon and PayPal in talks about payments

Probably the most interesting aspect of PayPal's reporting of results was the information that PayPal has been talking to Amazon about payments. Presumably with a view to allowing Amazon customers use PayPal to pay for marketplace purchases. Regarding the discussions, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman said in

PayPal revenues up in Q416

Paypal has reported its latest financial results for the fourth quarter of 2016 and it continues to grow strongly and results were in line with Wall St. analyst expectations for the period. Revenues clocked in at $2.98 billion in Q416 that's up 17% on the

PayPal partner with Discover in the US

PayPal have had a bit of a coup and inked a deal with Discover in the US. Discover is a major US credit card provider and along with a recent series of strategic partnerships with Visa, Mastercard, Citi, FIS, Facebook, and many others aims to